Improving the Lives of Boys and Men of Color
This Black History Month we spotlight the ongoing efforts of the Health Disparities Institute at UConn Health, established under Bioscience Connecticut, that is enhancing the lives and wellbeing of boys and men of color.
Q&A: The Challenges of Pandemic-Era Readjustment for Children and Adolescents
Dr. Asima Zehgeer of UConn Health’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic discusses challenges faced by children and teens in the wake of COVID-19
Not (Just) a Shock: ECT Reduces Suicides in Depressed Elders
Electroconvulsive therapy has been shown to effectively treat life-threatening major depression
NIH Grant Supports Clinical Trial to Determine if Video Games Can Relieve Late-Life Depression
UConn Health will participate in a two-site study with University of Utah Health scientists led by Dr. Sarah Shizuko Morimoto who have received a five-year, $7.5-million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.
Long-COVID Recovery Center at UConn Health helping those with Post-COVID Issues
Most people who have had COVID-19 recover completely within a few weeks, however, some people, even those with mild versions of the disease continue to experience symptoms long after their initial recovery.
Teens, Screens, and Anxiety/Depression
What is the relationship between our teens' relationship with their smartphones and their mental health? A UConn Health psychiatrist shares what his research is finding.
UConn Health Researchers Receive a $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Study Pandemic-Related Stress in Families with Infants
Damion Grasso and Margaret Briggs-Gowan developed a tool to measure pandemic-related stress. They are now applying it in a study focused on families who gave birth and are now raising infants during the pandemic